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Old 05 May 2006, 09:19 pm
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Default 2002 crv dtc

How can u read diagnostic troubles codes on a 2002 honda crv ex
4x4 manually / without a scan tool. i also need a list of the trouble
codes.

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Old 05 May 2006, 10:17 pm
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> How can u read diagnostic troubles codes on a 2002 honda crv ex
> 4x4 manually / without a scan tool. i also need a list of the trouble
> codes.
>

US cars sold after January 1 1996 are OBDII equipped, which normally means
you need a scan tool. If I understand correctly there were a few Hondas made
just after that which could be read either way, but I'm sure the 2002 models
are scan tool only. Scan tools come with the trouble code tables, but you
can also get the most common ones for most cars from Actron's web site:
http://www.actron.com/code_lookup.php

In many locations auto parts chain stores (like Checker/Kragen/Schucks or
Auto Zone) will read the codes for you and tell you what they mean in hopes
of making a sale.

Mike


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Old 05 May 2006, 10:46 pm
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"bullyboyzz@hotmail.com" wrote:
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> How can u read diagnostic troubles codes on a 2002 honda crv ex
> 4x4 manually / without a scan tool. i also need a list of the trouble
> codes.



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This may be of some help

http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/tsb/crv/x01-094e.pdf (last page)

Not sure if you can still 'blink' using one of the other connectors.
Maybe.

What kind of troubles you got? It's all about SHARING.

'Curly'
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Old 05 May 2006, 11:44 pm
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what does pdi mean. my check light is not on but i am curious to know
if it can be done manually. the vehicle seems to burning a lot of
pertrol so wanted to check and see if there is a error code

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Old 06 May 2006, 07:36 am
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"bullyboyzz@hotmail.com" wrote:
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> what does pdi mean. my check light is not on but i am curious to know
> if it can be done manually. the vehicle seems to burning a lot of
> pertrol so wanted to check and see if there is a error code


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PDI is the 'Pre-Delivery Inspection' that the dealer is SUPPOSED to do
on your band new vehicle. Here's a link where you can find the PDI
sheets for LOTS of years / models of Hondas:

http://www.tegger.com/hondafaq/tsb/ (go to bottom of each list for PDI)

It contains several items you won't find in your owners manual.

'Curly'
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